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Southeastern Michigan HIV/AIDS Council (SEMHAC)

SEMHAC is a group of individuals appointed by Detroit’s Mayor – the Chief Executive Officer (CEO), to plan and decide how to use Ryan White Part A funds to deliver HIV services. As a community planning body, SEMHAC’s mission is to strengthen a coordinated regional response to the HIV/AIDS epidemic by involving persons infected with or affected by the virus.

Jointly, the planning council:

  • Assures services to women, infants, children and youth with HIV
  • Carries out needs assessments
  • Prepares a comprehensive plan
  • Prioritizes and allocates HIV Part A funds

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